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leaving the camera on the dock. in the distance, that woman running, well, she wants (male announer)she wants live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >> violence against critical american personnel from tunisia, sudan and they are investigating the u.s. ambassador murder in libya. forced to delay there are rival because of the violence. thousands of protesters across the globe taking to the streets. they're fueled by anti-islam film that was released by an american film maker. obama says that these people will be taken to justice. that killed the local americans.
they also died at the u.s. consulate. president barack obama is native ambassador chris stevens and three others killed in the assault on the u.s. compound in libya, served america's ideals -- ambassador chris stevens, 52, had close ties to the in san francisco. fbi officials have put off their visit until the following region is safer. >> the men' members of the security council with a series of violent attacks against embassies. and consulate premises of nemesis and multiple locations. >> protesters are waging separate anti-islam film. this person. question of who was behind "innocence of muslims," the anti-muslim project that sparked a wave of mob violence across the
middle east and may have created the cover for a deadly attack on us diplomats in libya, now appear to be in the hands of los angeles official told the associated press thursday that authorities believe that a 55-year-old coptic christian, a us citizen named nakoula basseley nakoula, is behind the film. a convicted felon, mr. nakoula has changed his version of events numerous prma is paying tribute to bay area native ambassador chris stevens and three others killed in the assault on the u.s. compound in libya, calling them patriots who served america's ideals -- and laid down their lives for others. >>reporter: some say it was deliberate. >> i was purrs-described actions by citizens. >>reporter: is no believe that it continues to be pre- planned. demonstrations however continue to be ongoing in other areas of the globe. >> tonight the first looked into libya of. the ruins, the blood stains smeared on the wall. saying that the
tuesday night attack was planned by islamic militants. overwhelming american guards. the first line of defense was easily breached. this man died of smoke inhalation after being separated from his guard in the chaos. and the darkness. today, we spoke with some involved at the american muslim voice foundation in the bay area. this is what the director of the foundation had to say in response to the recent embassy of talks in libya and the violent protest happening around the world. >> these are very few instances in the world that do not understand islam. who do not understand our profit. and they are not very educated -heprophet... anybody can be a muslim if your born in a muslim whole household. you do not have to go out and find out what are the teachings of islam so these people are
frustrated for other reasons. their manipulative by some of the political people who are just trying to make more problem and a word let the we do not need. so, my heart just really goes out to all of the people who are working for peace and that these types of things keep happening. they keep dividing us further and further. >> the anti-the muslim association is trying to hold a multi-faith picnic to honor the victim's 9 allotment. that was the 11th anniversary of that tragedy. an early-morning attempted robbery at san jose state university prompted a campus wide alert warning students to keep their eyes open for anything suspicious. kron 4 is live tonight with more. philippe? philip? democrat police said the this attempted robbery just happened after 1:00 p.m. yesterday it was about as
stark as it is right now at 1-a.m. and the victim was just as alone. >> the 21 year-old victim said this was passing through this a real. four or five men wearing black approached him. they believe that one of the suspects told a pocket knife and demanded money. >> we a people assigned to this investigation and they're working on it. >> when the people do not get the items the man refused and started beating. >> these guys ran off. >> university notified by using an communication system. >> this morning there is an happened early friday morning on campus. this 21 year-old man is saying that four, five men won the was armed with a pocket knife confronted
them. he fought them off and got away. the students were alerted via text. take advantage of our escort shuttle program. still most of these students that we spoke with said the this isolated incident does not make them feel uneasy about walking on campus. >> i actually feel safer going through campus that are wrong the surrounding areas. >> police said the victim was not a student and they are not short of the suspects go to school here. for reporting live, kron 4. >> and about three hours cruz and santa clara will be spraying insecticides to hope to diminish the spread of west nile virus these fogging and crews from this drive towards blossom hill road. and to the east towards currie and colleen to the west. it will begin tonight at 11:00 p.m. the
insecticide does not pose a health risk. to a humans or family pets. >> a gorgeous day all around the bay today with tons getting pretty warm, inland into the upper 80s and low 90s. even at 91 degrees in fairfield. san jose, sunday and 60s/70's near the bay. only six degrees and san francisco relatively mild after we cleared with that fog with 60 degrees-in san francisco as we show you this live look looking south of the golden gate. there is san francisco. there is the san mateo bridge and mostly clear conditions but noted that we of that fog coming into the golden gate. for tonight mostly clear the fog along the coast and for san francisco, oakland. tomorrow, fog for the north bay valleys. it should clear quickly with plenty of sunshine for tomorrow. with your forecast, for tomorrow, coming up.
>> coming up thousands of volunteers are hitting the be shorelines and beaches. the massive cleanup project and officials at san francisco airport are warning of a major delay. construction and how long passengers could be waiting. >> what is thought to be the world's largest solid gold and diamond statue. is in san francisco. why those stories and much more, coming up.
international coastal cleanup day on saturday morning. >> we're out here every year we could be here every day and still not back up all the trash that is getting out today. not all of it. the mail message is that we have to stop from the stretch to get into the--bay anyway. fed >> for those local collection efforts are also in the focus of a global crash. >> if it gets out to the trash it will make its way to the ocean it is an international problem. the global--trash. >>reporter: east bay efforts focused on the streams that empty into the bay. >> internationally this is coastal cleanup day. because of oakland there are a lot of creek's to protect. as daunting as that task may seen it is year after year they come and they're starting to see progress. >> this is what we have collected the first it was
perhaps four times the amount of this and since then, it is less and less every single time. there's not even enough trash to clean up and people still want to help. we have cut out some evasive weeds. and going after fennel and even a tree. >> still mountains of trash collected in the realization that one day of of one year is not enough. >> this is coming from people inland. we to stop this of the source and that is what people are learning about today. >> in the east bay, jeff pierce, kron 4 news. >> this week stanley roberts visited some of the dirtiest beaches. he shows us the trash. that comes up, later with no significant delays at s f o. however, that could change in fact there could be delays later this weekend and the next two consecutive weekends. one of this runway main
safety improvement shows. there are four different runways. these are for departing flights and these are for arrivals. this runway is been shut down with a buffer zone at added. if a plane needs some safety area beyond that runway? also slain work and mental safety. --lane recognition efforts continue near the runway. again, this will be for the next three consecutive weekends. if but this gold diamond eagle was created for a difference and breast cancer research. it weighed 18 lbs. of solid gold and 763 diamonds! that is polling
the dutch totaling 56 carats. that is one of the solid largest-solid gold statues ever made. >> with $1 million added to the breast cancer over and is fond and the rest of the money is going to raise $25 million for breast cancer research. >> this raised over $10,000. last night and will also be displayed at this please tomorrow. >> and beach blanket babylon with major cast auditions. there was a lot of talent and all sorts of people that they are looking for. the producers or robbing wait to be hit over the head with something fabulous. >> we're looking for something that is beach blanket babylon magic that we cannot explain or the creative team or anybody watching can explain but is something that we know. you have to have a face that is has a lot of expression. you have to of a lot of energy because that is what the
show was about and of course a great force. you have to be appealing. >> it is not over with the agreed-to-face and also on thursday. we mocked with the 17th annual dragon festival was at treasure island toward debt meanwhile test- but some looking forward to getting a gold medal. if we observed and reported on the 17th annual trek and festival at treasure island--. dragon festival. >> we have a nice day for that boat race and a lot of outdoor activities with blue skies over san francisco at christie field. but just six degrees. christie field with that seabury's with 60 degrees. the live look with 60 degrees at christie field christi i do not think tht it is going to be extensive as we go towards tomorrow.
and when san jose, mid-50s walnut creek-the 70's and long for the beach tomorrow we will see that fog. we will get some clearing for the afternoon a lot like today. santa cruz, if you're going towards the coast? monterey will be in the mid '60s. and near the ocean and half moon bay look for the high of six degrees tomorrow. low 60s with a bit warmer six degrees-your half moon bay-- >> that fog still stretching towards the south and to the north bay valleys. it should clear fairly quickly. 9:00 p.m.-can be and those are still having that fog near the beaches to the early afternoon clearing, later with temperatures in the
upper 70's and low 80s. san jose, 80s degrees with low 80s along highway 85. evergreen, los gatos, and also low mid '80s. for the east bay inland locations once again temperatures are going to get closer to nine degrees with antioch. fairfield, pittsburgh with 90's and antioch with 90's but san francisco will be a little bit warmer than today. still, in the 60s with 70's in oakland. '70s and '80s in the north bay valleys here is the your kron 4 7 day around the bay. the monday seabury's will strengthen bringing in some cooling air! temperatures will drop into the low 80s on monday. '60s and '70s near the bay and we will pretty much stay there with those monies-sea breezes and
on monday fifth 90's even late wheat. go to our new channel. comcast 193 for the latest news, weather and traffic updates. now at 6:30, our top stories. more news, more crews, right now our top stories. >> coming up. >> this is absolutely a case of people behaving badly. >> the filthiest beaches and the bay and the next edition of people behaving badly.
the bay area. paltz guilty? let us take a look. most of that short-how filthy? that charred class pieces will make it impossible. that seems to be here for decades those charred pieces of glass and also shattered plates and broken plants and shoe parts. this is the bottom of the keel and this is a part of a sandal. and that he'll. and the plastic bottles with this balloon. and this heart shaped balloon as well. there are four different waterways that are considered felt they. i wish that our waterways were so clean but we still need to clean them up. and i've been covering 30 waterways in the bay for years and remembers participating in the clean- up but every year the trash returns. >> this is an example of people behaving badly because they are littering.
it seems like a small thing but it is a big thing. >> that was jeered from u.s. environmental protection agency with jared... trying to keep get water in the bay pollution-free. >> with thousands of species of war of life here. some were threatened or endangered. >> species of-in danger to life for sea like. if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, you can email us at email@example.com m sea life--endangered. and also this video is from one of his fans. this is a driver driving backwards. it was on the central expressway and sunnyvale. and it seemed like it was okay but nobody was injured this could have been very serious. that viewer was able to capture the entire thing on video, unbelievable!
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(male announer) live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >> this east bay waitress is behind bars of accused of selling methamphetamines and cocaine to customers. this son of an undercover operation. da lin. the supplier and a waitress were both placed under arrest. >> despitebesides the our regional mexican restaurant on trace she also served of
cocaine and methamphetamines. >> i think people were doing it in a restaurant it would is crazy. the marin county say that they were making some extra money on the side by selling drugs. the waitress was arrested 4 year-old. after an extensive undercover operation. they posed as customers on cocaine and methamphetamines eight different times. they also are rested her supplier out of richmond the police also-arrested her supplier. the restaurant did not comment. she had been here for about two years. the manager near the next toward asian restaurant saying that there were questionable people. even a handful of flights inside. >> sometimes they fight inside with the police. the property owner is refusing to renew the lease because of flights-fights and loud
music. the 20 year-old was shot down on the sunday. and san rafael. dah lin... >> ofthe expansion of domestic production but they disagree on how to do it this is not likely to go away during the election season and. >> america's dependence on foreign oil has gone down. in fact in 2010 it was under 50%. for the first time in 13 years. >> in eight years we're going to go to north america or we do not have to purchase any oil from the middle east or venezuela! >> their correct. 45 percent of the oil is imported it is down from the peak-20 05. it is because of lower demand because of the recession and
america's new energy boom. in fact the united states is the third largest producer of oil in the world today. oil production has jumped 13%. because of advances in technology. hydraulic fracturing core fracking can. extract oil from shale rock. and from the gulf of mexico it is bringing even more oil! with those advances, the largest consumer of crude oil needs more than it produces. 29 percent of the imported oil comes from right next door. from the area of canada and 90% comes from mexico, venezuela and 14 percent of the imports are coming from saudi arabia. president obama and mitt romney want to clean it off of its dependence on foreign oil. expanding domestic oil production is crucial but there are key differences in the approach.
>> meeting the goal of cutting our oil dependence is on to the things. first, to find and produce more oil at home and the second is to reduce of our overall dependence on foreign oil. with cleaner alternatives. >> curbing consumption is one of his " deep ministration posing 54 gal. per mile on carmakers. and also alternate forms of energy to replace it. at the same time his open areas >> mitt romney once to go to the pacific and atlantic coasts. something that president obama will oppose. >> we're going to take advantage of those freed resources? cheers and applause (cheers & applause) >> this is not just a talk. his throat is not going to
reap much county. according to the congressional budget office two-thirds of the country's oil and gas is currently available for drilling. america is working towards energy independence but for the time being it will still depend on foreign oil. regardless of who is in the white house. >> some good news at the gas pump. they fell, slightly. and the bay area, san francisco drivers are paying $4.24 for a gallon of gasoline. in san jose, $4.17. oakland, $4.16. these prices are dealing with the economy but it is done by 35 from just one week ago. >> ted olson will plea joe biden role and paul ryan bowen plan for their debate. paul ryan and olson participated in the first mock debate system. also as
solicitor general under george w. bush and has argued 58 cases before the supreme court. paul ryan and blighted will square off in the vice-presidential debate on october 1st one. >> taking a break from the busy campaign trail. october-a lubbock--he was taking time to spend time with his family. october 11th--half will be the vice- presidential debate. >> might wrongly is watching a soccer match from his son however--mitt romney--is going back to the campaign trial in colorado. >> this is that infamous client eastwood speech that the republican national convention on august 30th. during the first one-camera interview since the
convention we share his thoughts on this legendary speech. >> arm wanted to be taking advantage of what i was i-of one of my advantages was my age. what can they do to you in? you can say what you think. you do not have to add it to yourself. >> you do not regret it at all? >> my only message was that people look at these people you do not have to idolize these people. they are here to do a job for you. >> clint eastwood also added that the not mean any disrespect. however, disrespect is the 82 year- old actor is much more prominent in today's political worlds. he was promoting this interview with his new movie " the trouble with the curve " brian? >> ho some coastal fog. most
places will see clear skies. however, around san francisco but fog will be pushing. with hayward, towards redwood city, san mateo and also towards the north bay valleys. it should be out of here by 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. for the afternoon sunshine expected with temperatures about the st. upper 80s and nearly nine degrees inland. what we can expect from that coastal fog. >> teachers are still on
strike but there is perhaps optimism of the sixth day of the strike. both sides are feeling optimistic that students could be returning to class as soon as monday. the teachers' union was able to reached tentative agreements with the school board. however chicago public school was still closed last week. 350,000 students were out of school. we will stay on top of that story. >> this plane crash claimed 05 lives in misery. john lambert and his three children, at the close family friend were killed. this was just after midnight. federal investigators are looking to figure out what caused that crash. >> this video showing a texas police officer pulling a 77 year-old grandmother out of for s u v. the officer repeatedly passed for this woman, lynn bedford to present her insurance and drivers license. instead of handing it over she said that she
had to go to the bathroom. she admits that she was speeding but now the family is suing the officer is gone too far. they are demanding an apology. >> this is a huge day and a huge night for stanford college football team. both against national powers and one of them just pulled it off with this late breaking news. also, the a's have a huge chance for the world series with the baltimore orioles. surprisingly competitive. the new the latest and the giants. we will show you coming up in sports death
look at the cal bears in columbus. that is the only person sleeping in the entire stadium. the third quarter, look out for brendan bigelow. one of the best runs all year. 81 yds later. to not call him to use bigelow. 20-14 final score and the bears are thinking that just four different but 160 yds. two different touchdowns. and his second touchdown of the game tied it at 28 to. the band got into it at ohio state scored a late touchdown. where is the california defense? to give the bears defense the almost upset the buckeyes. 35-28 = final score at ohio state. >> in oakland, the a's were tied for the wild card. coming up, the orioles that they are hosting tonight. right now, the a's are
leading the orioles 5-2. it is a score in the eighth inning. the giants, meanwhile are in first place in the national league west. buster posy! coming through when you need them. that home run. with the 1-1 tie. people,. ysidro donald and. how about barry's ito? the giants. about that with very zeavery very barry zito.. this lockout is possibly inevitable for the national football league. they have spoken by telephone but no negotiations will happen before the--midnight hockey league. this is the third consecutive day they spoke over the phone but avoid the negotiation table. that is never good news. it is not
likely that training camps will open next week. sharks' fans are not happy. the regular season had been starting in october that is also very much not certain. >> we have a nice saturday. it was warm inland. '60s and '70s along the bay. what sunday is going to bring the, coming up. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow. you guys have it easy.
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>> sales for the new iphone are off to a great start but supply is not quite meeting demand. apple started taking orders for the iphone 5 midnight, yesterday. initially was promising delivery of next friday. however with in just a couple of hours it grew by two weeks. sprint is the only carrier offering delivery confirmation on
friday. perhaps you need to wait at an apple store if you do not have yours pre- ordered? earlier this week deep sleet got the new iphone. >> the iphone 5 is the thinnest, and we have ever made. >> it is 7.6 mm. with 18 percent smaller than the iphone 4. and it was surprisingly light. really light! with a four-inch screen it 16 x 9. and not much wider. the iphone 5 will be a full four-g with the sprint, pricing and at&t with the apple 86 processor. with two times faster than the current iphone. the first time i noticed is that the headphone jack is at the bottom which is right next to the smaller dock connector digital. durable. you can plug it into any
direction. and smaller. what about your iphone accessaries? this is a 30 penn. lightning adapter. it will work just like you would expect. plug your current cable into it into your iphone 5. >> the iphone 5 is available in white, black. $200 = 16 gb. and $400 = 32 gb. it is able to be shipped just one week late september 21st. also the new ipod touch them the best ipod touch the we ever made with 16 and and then it was so light wind like a bookmark. 16 am. >> the same retinal, with video chatting. and a physical thought inside- where you could put a wristband for extra precaution poorhous
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tax was just started for online out-of-state stores including amazon. this is after years of better back-and-forth. the california legislature internet companies for our richmond allowed to skip out on that tax because the general sentiment that they needed a chance,-- originally chrisy! with a spectacular veafuel who >> mt. tam looking towards chrisy field and the golden gate. and there is the san mateo bridge in the background. and mostly clear skies with that bit of fog
to the goals and the golden gate bridge. richmond, ocean beach could expect cooler conditions by the ocean with the guitar degrees. tonight that fog will be pressing with a 53 degrees-- fast clearing fog expected by 10:00 a.m. as we go towards monday it temperatures are going to be coming down not because of that fog because of the sir robert sea breeze stronger sea breeze and! santa rosa, petaluma, rohnert park and possibly towards napa. the fog will also be near the bay but also how quickly this will be clearing. today it
cleared a round lunch. dahntomorrow, temperatures are expected to be in the upper 70's. san jose, downtown and 80 degrees with low mid '80s for salt san jose south san jose. and 66 and alameda. down towards oakland and warmer in the north bay with your kron 4 7 day around the bay monday, the sea breeze call, anwill, in. and more sunse and that's the breeze is
expected to continue with fog continuing. to watch the blue angels during fleet week, tune into kron 4. surday, october 6th, 3:00 p.m. with george rask -what's up? i'm chris. -and i'm erik. both: we're the fruit guys! back in 1998, we had this idea to deliver fresh fruit to offices in downtown san francisco. we built these wooden crates, filled these with fruit in my one-bedroom apartment. the fruit guys has been with bank of america since they first started. we work with them to help them grow and succeed.
>> if you're looking for a place that is steeped in san francisco history? this is in the domestic hotel in union square. it is named for james spayed of the movie " maltese falcon. >> this famous face in the culinary field a celebrity chef charles polymer and executive chef-the weaver are whipping up san francisco style. >> chinatown all local cuisine. >> it is time to dyeing & dish. what should we try first? >> dine and- sis..dish..
with pan seared burssel sportus and sauteed truflle oil and asparagus >> the response has been fantastic but it is a simple approach to food and what people want to eat. with a lot of alchemy? >> absolutely. these cocktails are a big portion of what we do. crowd pleaser is a mojito picante and tequila with fried bruessel sporut salad burtn room